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School Dismissed on Friday, April 20

School will be dismissed for all USD #499 students on Friday, April 20th.  Teachers will be participating in an inservice on this date.                 

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Kindergarten Screenings to be Held on April 20th

Schedule a Time from 8-11:30

Kindergarten screenings for Galena USD #499 children will be held at Spring Grove Primary Center from 8:00 to 11:30 on the morning of Friday, April 20th.  In order for a child to attend Kindergarten, he/she must be 5 years old on or before August 31, 2018.  Parents need to attend the screening with their child and bring the following items:  STATE birth certificate, immunization records, and the child's social . . .

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GHS Athletes Earn State Basketball Accolades

Several Galena High School athletes received basketball honors during the post season.  Senior Paige Jensen was named to the Topeka Capitol Journal and Wichita Eagle Honorable Mention teams.  Teammate Madyson Cox, junior, was also named to the Honorable Mention team for both of the newspapers.  On the boy's side, Senior Garrett Hall was name to the Topeka Capitol Journal Honorable Mention team as well. . . .

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GHS Athletes Garner CNC Basketball Awards

Six Galena High School students received recognition from the CNC basketball coaches for their performances throughout the 2017-18 basketball season.   For the girls, Paige Jensen, a senior, scored a spot on the first team girls CNC team.  Madyson Cox, a junior, hustled her way to a spot on the second team,  while Jara Thrower, a senior, reaped Honorable Mention awards. On the boys . . .

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Governor Colyer Visits Galena

Kansas Governor Jeff Colyer, M.D. visited Galena High School on Wednesday, March 7th to discuss education with students, staff members, local council members, and law enforcement officers.  Earlier in the day, Governor Colyer signed an Executive Order that created the Governor's Education Council, also known as the P-20 Council. This Council is designed to connect educators from grades Pre-K through college . . .

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